Release Notes: This is a major milestone. It contains quite a number of bug fixes, changes, and new features.
Release Notes: This release contains almost countless bug fixes, changes, and new features. Among them are a heavily extended revision selector functionality, a much improved user interface, and the possibility to "dry-run" network operations.
Release Notes: This release fixes a security related problem by which a monotone server could be remotely stopped (but only if it was configured to allow remote command execution) and has some other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release comes with dozens of bugfixes - a fall-out of joint efforts during a bug hunt fest earlier this year - and some interesting new features, such as an improved changelog editing view and new database management features.
Release Notes: This release features many bugfixes, a new translation (Portuguese), and major performance improvements for projects with larger trees.
Release Notes: The highlights in this release are bisection support and the ability to call the automation interface over the network. The stdio interface has been changed in a backwards-incompatible way.
Release Notes: Keys are no longer identified by their name, but rather by their unique hash, which makes the handling of lost private keys in bigger projects much easier. Many bugs have been fixed and the conflict handling has been improved.
Release Notes: monotone no longer bundles several required 3rd party libraries, which makes the life of distributors easier. A monotone server can now be configured to use forward deltas, which speeds up netsync servers quite a lot. The performance of mtn log has been improved tremendously, and new useful selectors are available there. monotone can now export its databases into Git's fast-import format to allow easier collaboration with this particular VCS. There are many bugfixes.
Release Notes: Amongst the usual bug fixes, small improvements, and speedups in several areas, the outstanding new feature is that you can now handle merge conflicts asynchronously.
Release Notes: This version fixes some annoying bugs and adds a few new features, mainly in the automation interface.